Do employers need to make profits before they can pay wages?

Can an employer can refuse to pay his employees if he runs at a loss? The Answer to that is a ‘No’.

This 9-minute video explains if an employer can refuse to pay his employees if he runs at a loss. The Answer to that is a ‘No’. This is the 4th Episode of my series, ‘The Legal Consequences of the Covid-19 Pandemic’.

This Video explains – quite simply – that Temporary and casual workers are at high risk during the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic. It explains why the law requires their wages to be paid.

You can see more of this in this link: https://www.gkg.legal/do-employers-need-to-make-profits-before-they-can-pay-wages/

I gratefully acknowledge:-

(1). Mr. VK Raj for his advice on Industrial Law,

(2). Mr. Nur Jeevan Guna and

(3). Miss Nadiyshyaa Vinodhan and for their invaluable assistance in the filming and editing work on this episode.

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